Everybody Jam!

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For the song, see Everybody Jam! (song).
Everybody Jam!
Studio album by Scatman John
Released November 25, 1996
Genre Pop, Eurodance, house, techno
Length 56:44
Label RCA Records
Producer Ingo Kays & Antonio Nunzio Catania
Scatman John chronology
Scatman's World
Everybody Jam!
Take Your Time

Everybody Jam! is the second album by Scatman John. The album continues along the thematic lines of the first album but with an evolved sound, and cemented his popularity in Japan, released there with five bonus tracks.

The album released two international singles: the title track tribute to Louis Armstrong and "Let It Go", all of which were successful. Additionally, the Japanese bonus tracks "Pripri Scat" and "Su Su Su Super Kirei" charted successfully there as single releases. "The Invisible Man" is a cover of the Queen song, adding numerous ingredients not present in the original. Arguably the most popular song on the album is "U-Turn": a revamped version of "Hey You" which earlier appeared as the B-side to "Song of Scatland".

The album reached No. 45 in Switzerland.[1] The album reached No. 17 in Japan and remained in the Top 40 for 9 weeks, selling just under 100,000 copies; a minor success compared to Scatman's World, but still an accomplishment for a foreign artist.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Stop the Rain" – 4:06
  2. "Everybody Jam!" – 3:31
  3. "The Invisible Man" – 3:26
  4. "Let It Go" – 3:47
  5. "Message to You" – 3:36
  6. "(I Want To) Be Someone" – 3:17
  7. "Scatmusic" – 3:57
  8. "Shut Your Mouth and Open Your Mind" – 3:54
  9. "(We Got To Learn To) Live Together" – 3:52
  10. "Ballad of Love" – 3:42
  11. "People of the Generation" – 3:44
  12. "Lebanon" – 3:34
  13. "U-Turn" – 3:47
  14. "Everybody Jam!" [Club Jam] – 5:41
    Japanese bonus tracks:
  15. "Paa Pee Poo Pae Po" – 3:50
  16. "I'm Free" – 3:37
  17. "Jazzology" – 3:53
  18. "Pripri Scat" [Radio Edit] – 3:16
  19. "Su Su Su Super Ki Re i" [Radio Edit] – 3:56


  1. ^ "Scatman John - Everbody Jam! (Album)". Hitparade.ch. Retrieved June 30, 2010. 

External links[edit]

Everybody Jam! at AllMusic